Hawthorn, Winter King

Winter King Hawthorn

Branches are silvery-gray with green patches, with a noticeable greenish cast when wet . The Bark is brown-gray exterior bark and exfoliates in thin flakes with maturity to reveal a light orange interior bark. Fruit is 3/8" diameter light green and are in clusters, turning to orange about October and then to bright red in November.

Crataegus viridus 'Winter King'
Common
4
Rounded
Yellow with Bits of PurpleRed and Maroon
White
Green
25'-30'
25'-30'
Late May
Red Persistent Berries
Medium
Full Sun
Moderate